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that has never gained much of a foothold here in the united states. whether the current spinoff has an anti-american tilt, the network has won awards and some praise for its international reporting. >> al jazeera english has been awarded a peebody for our coverage of the revolutions. >> this is al jazeera, president mubarak has resigned. >> joining us now from new york is dave maras a veteran of abc news. >> thanks, howard. nice to be here. >> let's start with a broadcasting question. why was the latest version dissolved in a bitter display of lawsuits and counterlawsuits but also eliot spitzer and jennifer granholm. why was it such a flop? >> its production values were simply not competitive with the production values of cnn or msnbc or fox news or al jazeera. secondly, it didn't have a unique role. msnbc was already the liberal fun house mirror to fox news on the right. so, that there was no compelling reason for people to tune in to current tv. >> now, with the news of the sale this week for an estimated $500 million, some critics are saying that al gore is hypocritical and that he as a
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